We sat down with The Great Gatsby producer, set designer and costumer Catherine Martin to get all the dish on how the incredible clothes and sets came together. She revealed that you might even be able to see them up close and in person at an upcoming exhibition, too.
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Last night Hollywood’s elite–from Carey Mulligan to Gwyneth Paltrow–came out to celebrate Tiffany & Co‘s newest collection at the Blue Book Ball (the first time it’s been held in New York in decades). But while the stars were bright they were no match for the jewels on display.
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The Great Gatsby! It’s finally happening. And I know this is fashion sacrilege, but boy could I give a hoot. Mostly because I am—please don’t hurt me—not a fan of Baz Luhrmann’s films. I do, however, love the story and Miuccia Prada, so if it gets great reviews I might see it.
Yet whether you’re a Baz fanatic, an F. Scott Fitzgerald disciple, or none of the above, it’s difficult not to imagine this film having a tremendous effect on what we’ll see on the Spring 2014 runways. After all, designers love a Roaring Twenties reference.
However, I think the impact may turn out to be minimal, and here’s why.
We’re super jealous of Daisy’s dresses and Gatsby’s color-coordinated shirts.
As we’re sure you now know, Vogue cover girls aren’t just plucked out of a hat at random.
A lot of careful planning goes into picking the stars of each month–who has a film coming out when? Who has Anna Wintour built a relationship with? Who fits each issue’s theme? After years of…foreseeable covers, we feel like we more or less know a future Vogue cover girl when we see one. So, we’ve decided to try and predict who will cover the glossy in 2013.
The epicly gigantic September Vogue is officially on newsstands. Perusing its 916 pages the other day, we stumbled upon a bit of news–that those decadent ’20s evening dresses Carey Mulligan and fellow female revelers will wear in Baz Luhrmann’s forthcoming Great Gatsby adaptation were designed by none other than Miuccia Prada.
As we’re all now more than well aware, thanks to this amazing trailer, Baz Luhrmann’s upcoming adaptation of The Great Gatsby will be full of spectacular costumes. And while those worn by Daisy and the rest of the film’s glamorous ladies may be little flashier and more exciting, the menswear is equally as important. What Read more →
It’s not at all uncommon to see fashion magazines owned by the same publishing company recycle cover photos, especially for their foreign editions. But sometimes, repeat covers pop up under strange circumstances. For example, Carey Mulligan’s October 2010 US Vogue (a Condé Nast title) shot magically showed up on the cover of French ELLE‘s (owned Read more →